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Drumming up spotlight on London's bridges

Thames crossings that have been inspiring artists for more than 300 years, become theme of new exhibition.

Last updated: 26 Jun 2014 21:11
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Without the river Thames, the city of London would not exist. The river was vital to its development, acting as a medieval superhighway, and its bridges provided the critical links. A drummer is making an exhibition of himself, underneath the arches of London's famous bridges.

Al Jazeera's Jessica Baldwin takes a look.

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